Volumes and success measures

Mayo Clinic doctors' experience and integrated team approach results in transplant outcomes that compare favorably with national averages. Teams work with transplant recipients before, during and after surgery to ensure the greatest likelihood of superior results.

Volumes and statistics are maintained separately for Mayo Clinic in Arizona, Florida and Minnesota. Taken together or separately, transplant recipients at Mayo Clinic enjoy excellent results.

Volumes

Arizona

Doctors at Mayo Clinic in Arizona, in collaboration with doctors at Phoenix Children's Hospital, have performed more than 1,000 bone marrow transplants since 1993. Doctors perform more than 200 adult bone marrow transplants each year, and more than 30 bone marrow transplants in children each year at Phoenix Children's Hospital.

Florida

Doctors at Mayo Clinic in Florida completed 432 bone marrow transplants between 2001 and 2011, including 309 autologous transplants and 123 allogeneic transplants. Since the beginning of 2012, doctors have completed more than 40 bone marrow transplants, including more than 30 autologous transplants and more than 9 allogeneic transplants.

Minnesota

Doctors at Mayo Clinic in Minnesota have completed more than 5,170 blood and marrow transplants since 1972, including more than 4,000 autologous transplants and more than 1,100 allogeneic transplants. Since the beginning of 2012, doctors have completed more than 270 bone marrow transplants, including more than 215 autologous transplants and more than 50 allogeneic transplants.

Children

Doctors at Mayo Clinic in Minnesota have completed more than 305 blood and marrow transplants in children since 1982.

Success Measures

Arizona

At Mayo Clinic in Arizona (care for children provided at Phoenix Children's Hospital), people who have had allogeneic bone marrow transplants have an overall 100-day survival rate of 91 percent. People who have had allogeneic bone marrow transplants have a one-year survival rate of 73.2 percent.

At Mayo Clinic in Arizona, people who have had autologous transplants have a 100-day survival rate of 98 percent. People who have had autologous transplants have a one-year survival rate of 90 percent.

Children who have had autologous bone marrow transplants at Phoenix Children's Hospital have a 100-day survival rate of 100 percent and a one-year survival rate of 95 percent.

Florida

At Mayo Clinic in Florida, people who have had bone marrow transplants have an overall 100-day survival rate of 91.6 percent. This includes 100-day survival rates of 78.90 percent for people who have had allogeneic transplants and 96.80 percent for people who have had autologous transplants.

People who have had bone marrow transplants have an overall one-year survival rate of 81.48 percent. This figure includes one-year survival rates of 60.20 percent for people who have had allogeneic transplants and 90 percent for people who have had autologous transplants.

Minnesota

At Mayo Clinic in Minnesota, people who have had bone marrow transplants have an overall 100-day survival rate of 97.2 percent. This includes 100-day survival rates of 96.3 percent for people who have had allogeneic transplants and 97.6 percent for people who have had autologous transplants.

People who have had bone marrow transplants have an overall one-year survival rate of 83.8 percent. This includes one-year survival rates of 63.3 percent for people who have had allogeneic transplants and 91.4 percent for people who have had autologous transplants.

Children

At Mayo Clinic in Minnesota, children who have had bone marrow transplants have a 100-day survival rate of 91.8 percent. Children who have had bone marrow transplants have an overall one-year survival rate of 72.4 percent.

Jul. 11, 2013